11 Carpentry Students Graduate From Gadsden State
by Jereme Green
(Plainfield New Jersey)
Carpentry Students Graduate From Gadsden State Heath McDaniel left carpentry instructor Gadsden state and white second from right carpentry instructor at Job corps Taylor Burton, right past State president of the Home Builders Association of Alabama,pictured with graduating class.
Gadsden State offered carpentry classes free to the public on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from February 7th through March 16th on the Valley Street campus.
The graduation ceremony was held at the Valley Street campus and carpentry Department. There were 11 graduates according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the labor job outlook of carpentry will increased 6% from 2014 until 2024. The median annual wage of a carpenter in Alabama is $42,000 with an apprenticeship program or on-the-job training.
So I just want to say congratulations to those students that have passed this class and are on their way to achieving greatness. I'm sure it wasn't easy there were times where you had to make sacrifices but at the end of the day it was all worth it. Perhaps some people dropped out of class others felt like quitting but at the end you achieved.
Carpentry classes can be frustrating at times and fun at others but with hard work and dedication and a mind focused on your goals you can achieve anything. Congratulations again to Carpentry Students From Gadsden State